Oct 09 2019
Artworks by women are being brought out from store for conspicuous display in museums across the world. Exhibitions are focusing on artists like Artemisia Gentileschi, Clara Peeters, Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun and Berthe Morisot. But is this recognition of female artists here to stay? Pamela Gerrish Nunn’s workshop explores how reputations are made, how cultural value is determined and how we can help make room for women in the 21st-century art museum.

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Orientalism Art Conference in the Picture Gallery

Academic writing style

In this lecture we will identify the key ingredients of a good academic writing style by examining a range of example texts and discussing the advice of writers known for their prose style.

Spotlight tour: Christopher Nevinson and art of the First World War